by Michael L. Brown

In 2004, in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Chicago Theological Seminary, an openly homosexual faculty member brought a

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by Michael L. Brown

There is a reason the church in America has lost ground in recent years. It is not because of our

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by Michael L. Brown

Professor Ronald Sider, the well-known author, theologian and activist, has now weighed in on the “gay Christian” controversy with a

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by Michael L. Brown

“Black lives matter!” We have heard this chant in cities across America as protesters have drawn attention to acts of

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by Michael L. Brown

What if it turns out that America has been conned? What if we discover that an entire movement – a

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by Michael L. Brown

The ad on the StemExpress website is bright, professional, and clear. Underneath a typical web menu, with links to standard

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by Michael L. Brown

I was filling out a form at the doctor’s office the other day when I was reminded of a stark

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by Michael L. Brown

If we are really going to see a gospel-based moral and cultural revolution, then we must be a spiritual army,

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by Christine Colbert

Pope John XXIII once observed that the world “must mature to the place that we will no longer tolerate war.”

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by Bryan Anthony

The debate about cessationism vs. continuism—meaning, whether all the gifts of the Spirit are still in operation today—is not just an abstract

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